While staring at this remnant of Grip Stop fabric I bought at Joann's,
I decided to try a much less expensive solution that worked out really well! I sewed two squares of the fabric of the size I wanted wrong sides together, flipped so that the grippy dots would be on the outside, and top stitched around the edges.
|These are the serger and embroidery machine pedals|
|and these are for the two sewing machines|
Also happening in the sewing room: I'm trying a new configuration for the sewing machines. The sewing tables are now back-to-back away from the wall rather than against the wall individually. The thought is that I will be able to put the serger and the embroidery machine on the floor for extra space when machine quilting. The back table should provide support for the heavy fabric as I'm sewing. Well, that's the plan. We shall see how that works out!
|Yes, that is fabric stored under the table. I really have to stop buying fabric.|